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Crave a 32-ounce big gulp of your favorite ale from the local microbrewery? Have at it. How about a gallon jug brimming with 128 ounces of craft beer? You're welcome to it. Just don't order your artisanal brew in a 64-ounce bottle. Florida lawmakers,...
A cicerone is to beer what a sommelier is to wine. Earning the title requires extensive training and costly certification tests. But ABC Fine Wine & Spirits is willing to pay, if it means offering customers much-needed guidance in the field of beers....
Tags: Fort Lauderdale, Employees, Wines, Allergies, Boynton Beach
The gift shop at the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, Ky., has voluntarily recalled five condiment sauces due to mislabeling and undeclared allergens, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. People who have an allergy or severe...
The fourth annual LA Vegan Beer Fest is just around the corner, and attendees will have the opportunity to sample vegan brews from more than 15 breweries and vegan eats from a variety of LA-area restaurants and food trucks. Regardless of whether you...
Who says beer is a man's drink? Beer has passed wine as the beverage of choice for women ages 18 to 34, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Julia Herz, craft beer program director for the Brewers Assn. trade group, said women in their 20s and...
James Edward Stewart, a 67-year resident of Glendale and most recently Pasadena, died Friday, March 15. He was 89. He was preceded in death by his wife of 48 years, Shirley Jean Webb of East Liverpool, OH, who he married in 1946 in Glendale. Born...
Tags: Biology, Science and Technology
Beer drinkers in three U.S. states filed lawsuits accusing brewing giant Anheuser-Busch of watering down and mislabeling Budweiser, Michelob and other brands to cut costs. The lawsuits, filed in the last week in California, Pennsylvania and New Jersey,...
Birgit Biehl sat down in late January with three members of the body care team from Whole Foods. They tested some of her lotions and scrutinized the packaging and labeling of her soaps and spa items as the North Judson small business owner explained...
Josh Wood has never brewed his own beer. He hasn't measured the precise amount of hops it takes to make the perfect bitter brew or personally timed the fermentation for the optimal flavor. He's never studied how to create his own wort, mash his own...
Tags: Human Interest, Allentown, New York City, Banking
It takes a long time to create a vineyard. That's why Connecticut law allows a Connecticut winery seven years to meet a state mandate that at least one-quarter of its wine be made with grapes grown locally. Some of this state's winery folks are now...
Tags: Grapes, East Hartford, Justice System, Wines, Cheese
A Bel Air company that handled payrolls for many employers in the area is being sued by clients for allegedly stealing years of tax payments rather than sending them on to the tax collectors as required — leaving the companies on the hook....
Bella Vista Suites Bella Vista Suites, downtown Lake Geneva's stunning all-suite boutique hotel, features a four-story atrium, well-appointed one- and two-bedroom suites and elegant private function areas. The suites offer brilliant lake views or...
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